Thank you for visiting the Academic Affairs pages. We are excited to share information about Clinton Community College's academic programs, online learning, Tutoring Center, Accommodative Services, Douglas Library, and Workforce Development.
FACULTY AND STAFF
Clinton Community College's faculty and staff are dedicated to help you reach your academic, career, and lifelong learning goals. They come from varied backgrounds, rich with experiences to share with you.
Clinton Community College offers degrees in Associate of Arts (A.A.) or Associate of Science (A.S.) for students seeking to transfer to a four-year college. Students seeking to enter the workforce directly may complete an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree. In addition, CCC offers workforce training programs that may lead to credentials that can link to our degree programs.
Meet our new Vice President for Academic Affairs,
John J. Kowal, Ph.D.
Clinton Community College is a truly special place of learning with very dedicated faculty, staff and administrators. We are all committed to providing our students with the very best education in a caring, nurturing environment.
Barbara A. Golden
Assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs
Barbara A. Golden
Academic Affairs News
Students can enroll in the Health Services Management program and take the entire degree without buying a textbook. The materials and books for all of the program’s courses will be open and free to students. The first semester of courses for new students would consist of the following:
English Composition (3 credits)
Business Organization and Management (3 credits)
Community Medicine and Public Health (3 credits)
Public Speaking (3 credits)
Intro to Microcomputer Applications (3 credits)
Medical Terminology (1 credit)
The schedule of courses on the Clinton Community College webpage lists the textbook cost-free courses with an icon designating the course as using Open Educational Resources (OER).
Degrees and certificates 100% online:
Business Administration (AS and AAS)
Liberal Arts: Humanities/Social Science (AA) Computer Information Systems (AAS)
Computer Support Certificate
Health Services Management (AAS)
Computer Information Systems (AAS)
Degrees and Certificates over 50% online:
Business Accounting (AAS)
Criminal Justice (AA)
Liberal Arts: Math/Science (AS)
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